A report from Edmunds put the average price of a used car in 2014 at $16,800, which is a record, and a 5.7-percent increase from 2013. It also found 1-year-old and 4-year-old cars showed gains at or near the average, while some vintages showed gains of up to 18.4 percent.
Ford is reportedly cutting the price of both the Fusion Hybrid and Energi plug-in hybrid by $900 for the 2016 model year. The move makes them more attractive to buyers in light of cheaper gas prices and updated challengers on the way.
Mercedes-Benz is ending production of the G63 AMG 6X6 after selling more than 100 of them. It appears that a slightly toned-down successor is already waiting in the wings in the form of the already-teased G500 4x4².
Despite its best efforts, Cadillac can't seem to move enough of its sedans – like the ATS and CTS – forcing it to offer deep incentives and reduce production. The Escalade SUV, on the other hand, is selling like chromed hotcakes.
Want to get your hands on the new Cadillac ATS-V? You'll need $61,460 for the sedan or $63,660 for the coupe – information revealed as Cadillac opens the order books ahead of production commencing in the spring.
It's a sinking feeling many new car buyers are well aware of, the knowledge that your brand-new car just lost a bunch of money, just because you drove it off the lot. Which cars lose value the fastest, according to iSeeCars.com?
These were the ten best-selling vehicles in the United States in January 2015. While the leader may not surprise you, we think you'll find plenty of interesting facts and figures in the list, and the finishing order sometimes changes dramatically from month to month.